bingSome may say that Bing is being either wisely confident, or overly confident in this newest bit of news.  Bing could possibly drop there paginated search results for search results that they think are “the most relevant results” for the query.

This means that if you do a long tail query, you could find, at the footer of the page, a message that reads:

“We think these are the most relevant results for your search. We’ve omitted some lower-quality results.”

But don’t worry Bing users, for if you really want to make sure that you get see all of your other options before clicking on a link, there’s a hyperlink to “see all results”.

Here is a picture without the pagination:

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Here is a picture of the Bing footer with pagination for a normal search query:

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